Above is the original version of this two-year old cartoon. Below is an upgraded copy, incorporating some of the things I’ve slowly learned in the past 24 months. It’s fun to do this when I have a little time…
It’s probably one of the reasons. Sorry for the lengthy absence. I wish I could say I’ve been busy drawing cartoons for The New Yorker, but I haven’t. Just been in one of those unmotivated, Sunday-afternoon-nap fugues, I guess.
One would think that Mr. Timberlake could command more than six million. His agent must take–what–a quarter pound of that?
On another note…I’ve been doubling down on my New Yorker cartoon submissions. Since that is my cartooning goal I’m putting more time into thinking up and creating drawings I think will have a chance of acceptance. That means less whiteouts.
Of course when their rejections catch up with the pace of my submissions (about a four month lag time) you’ll see a lot more of those cartoons here. 😉